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Morgan Davis

“Morgan’s deep resonating voice and true-to-the-roots guitar work make a great combination. Anyone who appreciates straight-up blues delivered with taut, tough intensity and a good dose of humour will love Morgan Davis.” – James Doran, Ottawa Blues Society. This Detroit-born, Nova Scotia-residing artist has played the blues throughout Canada, the States, and Europe for almost…

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Acadia Gamelan Ensemble

Gamelan: An Indonesian orchestra composed mainly of tuned bronze percussion instruments, including gongs, metallophones and gong-chimes. Acadia Gamelan Ensemble: A group of Acadia Music Students, led by Ken Shorley, who perform traditional Sundanese music, on the instruments of Gamelan Puspa Galih (Mindful Flower), a Sundanese gamelan degung forged by Pak Tentrem (Java). In addition to…

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Daniel Heikalo

Most of the work of this composer, multi-instrumentalist and visual artist is informed by surrealism and improvisation of one kind or another. In the mid 70’s Daniel Heïkalo took part in the post-L’Infonie Montréal avant-garde music scene, co-founding the Ensemble de Musique Improvisée de Montréal. In the 80’s he moved to Nova Scotia. Daniel has…

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David Myles

Songmeister David Myles does it all: smooth jazz, soulful pop, bluesy folk—yet he defies being tied down by these genres. His warm, personable presence combined with emotion-filled melodies and unique instrumentation has enchanted audiences wherever he performs. A native of Fredericton who now works out of Halifax, Myles was voted New Brunswick’s choice for the…